HAFLONG: Chief Executive Member of N C Hills Autonomous Council Debolal Gorlosa said that he would move the appropriate authority to solve the land dispute at Disapur village bordering Assam-Nagaland in Karbi Anglong on Saturday.
Following the viral of a video clip in social media wherein the villagers of Disapur located at Assam-Nagaland border in Karbi Anglong were being threatened by the people of Nagaland with a intention to encroach the Assam's village land, a sense of tension was prevailing there.
To take the stock of the situation of the land dispute and the tension prevailing along the Karbi Anglong-Dimapur section of the Assam-Nagaland State border, the Chief Executive Member of N C Hills Council Debolal Gorlosa visited the village on Saturday and interacted with the Gaon Bura and villagers
Gorlosa was accompanied by Ranu Langthasa, Chairperson NCHAC, Pradip Dipusa, EM KAAC, Biswajit Daolagupu, Golonjo Thaosen, EMs of NCHAC and Ratan Jarambusa, MAC NCHAC.
Talking to the media Gorlosa assured his support and also assured to talk to the concerned authorities for resolving the State border land disputes as early as possible. He also hoped that the Government of Assam and Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council authority would take necessary action to protect the land and the people living in the border areas.
Mention may be made here that the border dispute with the intention to land encroach by the people of Nagaland along the Assam- Nagaland has been a recurring incidents wherein life of a government official was sacrificed. Therefore the villagers of such bordering villages along the Assam-Nagaland in Karbi Anglong demanded to seal the interstate border and also to establish more Border Out Post (BOP) so that the encroachment by the people of Nagaland could be stopped.
It is also learnt that several organizations like All Assam Students' Union, All Dimasa Studnts' Union, Karbi Students' Union, All Assam Gorkha Students' Union, Karbi Students and Youth Council, Dimasa People's Council, Karbi Riso Adarbar and Karbi Anglong Indigenous Youth Association had submitted a joint memorandum to the former Governor of Assam on March 28, 2014 detailing such encroachment of land by the people from Nagaland.